Marie Antoinette with the Rose by Louise-Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun (right). The French Neoclassical painting is notable for being painted by a female prodigy and a favorite of the queen who was executed by guillotine in oil on canvas
Adélaïde Victoire de Pelissier des Granges The high coiffure with straight front and curls when viewed from the sides date this to the early Her split bodice ends in a series of peplum panels edged with pink.
Marie Antoinette holding a rose, 1783 by Elisabeth- Louise Vigee-Lebrun (Versailles). Similar to an earlier, controversial portrait of the Queen in a muslin gown, this portrait was created to make the Queen look more royal.